- simple past tense and past participle of
1871, James Fenimore Cooper, Wyandotte:
- The Hut, well palisaded, would make a work that could not be easily carried, without artillery."
1890, John Fiske, Civil Government in the United States Considered with:
- But where, through the development of trade or any other cause, a good many of them grew up close together within a narrow compass, they gradually coalesced into a kind of compound town; and with the greater population and greater wealth, there was naturally more elaborate and permanent fortification than that of the palisaded village.
1909, John R. Musick, The Real America in Romance, Volume 6; A Century Too Soon (A Story:
- They stood at bay in an old palisaded fort.
1957, Thomas Jefferson Wertenbaker, Bacon's Rebellion, 1676:
- The ensuing dispute led to a bloody battle on the island, in which the English rushed up to the palisaded fort, began firing in at the portholes, and set fire to the village.